In Part-5 of this Compact 7 getting started series, we will show the steps to develop a Compact 7 application in native code, using Visual C++.
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In Part-4 of this getting started series, we will work through the steps to develop a Compact 7 application in managed code, using C#.
Core Connectivity is a communication framework to support developers working with Platform Builder for Compact 7 and Visual Studio development platform. The application note talks about using CoreCon to support Compact 7 application development.
An SDK, generated from the same OS design that produced the Compact 7 OS runtime image for the target device, is needed to support application development for the device.
In Part-3 of this getting started series, we will work through the steps to develop an OS design and build a Compact 7 OS runtime image.
The loopback adapter provides connectivity needed to support Virtual PC as the target device for Compact 7 development in a standalone environment with static IP address.
Connectivity between the development PC and target device is needed to download OS runtime image to a target device.
For standalone development environment without DHCP service, it’s necessary to configure the development PC and target device to use static IP addresses.
In Part-2 of this getting started series, we will talk about the development environment and tools.
DiskPrep is a utility to configure different type of flash storage with BIOSLoader to launch Compact 7 OS runtime image.
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